Wave Machines say no-one should be left out of live music

Liverpool art-pop outfit to play charity event to make live music more accessible for deaf and disabled people.


Words by: Ruth Saxelby

Wave Machines are set to headline an event raising awareness for live music accessibility on Saturday 26th March at Village Underground in London (flyer below). It’s being organised by Attitude Is Everything who campaign to make live music more accessible for deaf and disabled people, and to show the music industry that no-one should be left out of enjoying live music. To that end, they’ve worked with Village Underground to provide step-free access, accessible toilet and sign language interpretation. “Think of all the great shows that you’ve been fortunate enough to see and hear, and how your life would have been less rich if you couldn’t get in,” explains Wave Machines frontman Tim Bruzon on why they’re getting behind the event. Remind yourself why this’ll be an unmissable gig with Wave Machines’ Ill Fit video from their recent album ‘Pollen’ below and grab your tickets here .

Wave Machines, Yunioshi and IYES will play Club Attitude at Village Underground on Saturday 26th March (tickets ).

 photo WaveMachinesFlyer_zpsc8fee201.jpg

Submit your music Close